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Nikon D3500 DSLR Launched With 24.2-Megapixel CMOS Sensor for Beginners

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DSLR camera is on the top for capturing the best moments of our life, it is powerful and efficient.  But even though a lot of people dreams to have a DSLR, it isn’t just as easy as dreaming to use these powerful cameras. That big problem was just recently answered by Nikon as their D3500 DSLR camera has been revealed. So what makes this camera-friendly to the so-called newbies?

The Nikon D3500 comes with a 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor (DX-format) and an Expeed image processor that is intended to capture sharper details and more vivid colors according to Nikon. It also has an 11-point autofocus system, 100-25,600 ISO range and a feature to share images wirelessly via Nikon’s SnapBridge.

This camera can also take a long journey with the newbies as it is expected to take approximately 1,550 shots on a single battery charge according to Nikon’s calculated expectations. Taking great pictures has also been made easy because of the modes like Guide and Effect to help the users easily use the camera and get an Instagram-like filter to their pictures in real time.

Although its specs look similar with the other models, Nikon said that the camera was designed for better ergonomics, with a deeper grip. The body is slimmer and its weight is lighter compared to the previous models for a more portable and comfortable use.

Jay Vannatter, the executive vice president said, “The Nikon D3500 is ideal for consumers who are looking to easily capture the kinds of images that their smartphone simply cannot match, and share them seamlessly with family and friends.  The D3500 reaffirms our commitment to releasing convenient DX-format DSLR options for those just discovering photography.”

Being a user-friendly and lightweight camera, it offers a great and high-quality performance that will surely make the newbies look like a pro.   Nikon D3500 is expected to arrive on September, which is about 500 USD with an AF-P DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens and you can add two additional lens kit (AF-P DX Nikon 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED lens) for about 850 USD.

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